Wine Country Style: Daniel 'Cappy' Sorentino


May 17, 2012
Outside Magazine

Daniel "Cappy" Sorentino    Photo: Williams + Hirakawa

Daniel "Cappy" Sorentino

On mixologist Cappy Sorentino: Hooded Field coat ($249) and Bean’s Canvas Cloth pants ($69) by L.L.Bean Signature; Harmonica work shirt by Levi’s Made and Crafted ($190); Hartlin-Check tie by J.Crew ($60)

In a region of grape aficionados, Daniel “Cappy” Sorentino is the oddball mixologist, following a Sonoma County–styled “farm-to-glass approach” as the manager of Spoonbar, inside Healdsburg’s h2hotel. “There’s Meyer lemons in the winter and heirloom tomatoes for bloodies in the summer,” says Sorentino, 26. Spoonbar often goes quiet by midnight—people wake early to ride bikes or, like Sorentino, run in the foothills.

On mixologist Cappy Sorentino: Plaited cardigan by Gap ($50); Darin Red Sole shoes by Wolverine ($150); hat by H&M ($10); SNAE49 watch by Seiko ($395).